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Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 9:46 pm
by sturtzj

Hi. I'm a new user of FBackup; this is probably a very basic question, but I couldn't seem to find the answer in an hour or so of nosing around.


I see a few posts asking about saving a fixed number of backup copies (for example, a thread titled 'How can I save multiple copies?', started 2 weeks ago by supakeepa), with the answer being that you can't limit the number of backups with FBackup.


My problem is I don't seem to be getting multiple backups at all. Each time a run a particular backup job, it creates a new .zip file in the destination directory, but the previous one is gone. Is there a way to keep previous backups that I am missing?


Thanks.


/John



Posted: Fri May 15, 2009 12:31 pm
by Softland

Sorry but you cannot save multiple copies with FBackup.

FBackup is intended as a backup utility for home users, for more advanced features we recommend using Backup4all (but it's commercial, not freeware like FBackup) - it does include the possibility to create file versioning keeping multiple copies of files.